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2021 Halloween in the Berkshires

Posted on October 21, 2021Written by Abby Leadbetter

2021 Halloween in the BerkshiresLet’s Get Spooky!

Are you in the Berkshires for Halloween and you’re looking for something spooky to do? Well you’re in the right place! Below you will find all of the 2021 Halloween events we have happening Halloween weekend:

Halloween Weekend At The Haunted Hall
October 29th-31st | 10am-4pm
Ventfort Hall will be decorated for Halloween weekend, Friday, October 29 through Sunday, October 31, 2021. Visit our haunted Hall adorned with the spookiest of decorations! The mansion, the perfect atmosphere for Halloween, will be open from 10am – 3pm on Friday and Saturday for regular self-guided tours. After dark extended hours for regular self-guided tours will be from 5pm-8pm on Friday! On Sunday, the house will be open from 10am-4pm for regular self-guided tours.

Pumpkin Fest at Whitney’s Farm
October 31st | 11am-5pm
Join Whitney’s Farm to celebrate fall in the Berkshires! U-pick Pumpkin Field, Giant Slide, Bounce House Pumpkin, Jumpin Pumpkin, Haunted Corn Maze Hayrides & much more!

Halloween Fun at The Clark
October 31st | 11am-2pm
From 11 am to 2 pm, enjoy decorating and displaying pumpkins on the Fernandez Terrace, Enjoy some “spooky” lunch specials in Café 7, Ink yourself with temporary tattoos inspired by the permanent collection at the activity station on the Fernandez Terrace, and Try out a new look by posing with cut-outs in the Museum Pavilion.

Virtual: Halloween Ghost Tour At The Mount
October 31st | 9pm-10pm
Join us online as veteran tour guide Robert Oakes leads you through the darkened halls of The Mount, sharing tales of the many eerie encounters that have been reported here for years. Watch from the comfort and safety of your home as Oakes leads you, live, through some of the most haunted corners of the estate, including areas that are off-limits during our in-person tours. This one-hour experience features a walk-through of the House, followed by a Q&A session.

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